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  • ReykjavikМы прилетели среди дня. Погода была довольно приличная: безветренно и иногда сквозь тучи прорывались солнечные лучи. Мы ещё не знали, как быстро здесь меняется погода, буквально ежечасно. Ещё в аэропорту услышали польскую речь - поляки составляют большин Posted by david_irina in Iceland | Feb 22, 2018
  • Goodbye IcelandНа обратной дороге в Рейкявик мы попали в настоящую снежную бурю, но успешно добрались до гостиницы. В целом, Исландия нам очень понравилась, несмотря на её сумасшедшую погоду (а может быть, как раз поэтому). В Исландии есть то, что сейчас очень ценится Posted by david_irina in Iceland | Feb 22, 2018
  • Going eastМы продолжаем ехать на восток, наша конечная точка - Лагуна Айзбергов. По дороге проезжаем огромные пустоши, залитые лавой после извержения вулкана Катла в 1918 году. Погода - почти весенняя. - - - - We continue to go east, our final point Posted by david_irina in Iceland | Feb 22, 2018
  • VikМы выехали на дорогу номер 1, которая опоясывает весь остров, и направились в стороны небольшого городка Вик: с левой стороны у нас невысокие горы, подходящие почти к самой дороге, а справа - пустошь, которая тянется к морю. С гор на Posted by david_irina in Iceland | Feb 22, 2018
  • Steinsholt guesthouseМы проехали ещё пару десятков километров, и остановились на ночь в горном хуторе Стейншолт. Как и большинство исландских хуторов, он состоял из нескольких крестьянских хозяйств. В каждом хозяйстве содержат овец, а некоторые сдают ещё и комнаты для туристо Posted by david_irina in Iceland | Feb 22, 2018
  • Golden triangleРано утром мы выехали из Рейкявика, т.е. было уже почти 9 утра, но ещё не рассвело. - - - - Early in the morning we left Reykjavik; it was almost 9 am, but it was not yet light. Так что Posted by david_irina in Iceland | Feb 22, 2018
  • South Coast Iceland CANCELLED Game of Thrones Tour instead[img=https://ph Posted by heidif in February 2018 Europe | Feb 18, 2018
  • Reykavik Iceland [img=https://ph Posted by heidif in February 2018 Europe | Feb 18, 2018
  • Iceland - The Golden Circle's Stunning Sites - Part 2 A good trip requires preparation. A great trip = preparation + quality research. Nowadays, so much information is available at our fingertips through the internet! Additionally, I find personal accounts of family and friends invaluable. My daughter wa Posted by Brufamily in Brumagination Travels | Feb 5, 2018
  • Iceland - A Destination Like No Other - Part 113.08.2017 - 16.08.2017 overcast Curious, we all peaked outside straining our eyes to augment the images coming through the small airplane windows. While the coastline was initially comfortably familiar, soon, the comfort disappeared. Black rocks, ashy Posted by Brufamily in Brumagination Travels | Feb 2, 2018
  • Trip On! So.. how in the world did we end up going to Iceland? In WINTER nonetheless?? It all started when I started with Christmas shopping in November. I did not know what to get 1 person in my family Posted by waskess in Second Exit at the Roundabout | Jan 7, 2018
  • Intriguing IcelandI am sitting at the Keflavik airport reflecting on the end of this adventure. I am happy to be returning home and on to the next adventure. Micah has gone back into Reykjavik to stay overnight with a friend fro Posted by kelshell in From Menopause to Mongolia | Dec 18, 2017
  • Iceland - Part 3 - Unique beautyThe Southern Coast is a jewel on it's own! We started our trip early in the morning (as early as we could, after a nice hot shower), trying to beat the tour buses heading that way, thanks to a tip Posted by Brufamily in Bru Adventures | Dec 11, 2017
  • A Couple Of Idiots Abroad http://acoupleofidiotsabroad.co.uk/how-expensive-is-iceland/ Posted by acoupleofidiots in A Couple Of Idiots Abroad | Dec 11, 2017
  • Golden Circle and (No)thern Lights07:23 It's not quite 7.30am and having had my shower and done my best not to wake up my roommates (and failed!) I crept out to the main street which unlike London I find almost completely empty and of course Posted by zoebuck in Eyeing up Iceland | Mar 20, 2013
  • Freezing, er Diving Silfra and Walking tour12:40 Trying to cram as much sleep as possible in after our late night, I set my alarm for 830- with a 9am pick up to go diving. I quickly went out to get some breakfast and on my return Posted by zoebuck in Eyeing up Iceland | Mar 21, 2013
  • Blue Lagoon and Northern LIghtsWords to follow.. in summary- Fleamarket Blue Lagoon Northern Lights [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/918666/large_14northern-lights.jpg capt Posted by zoebuck in Eyeing up Iceland | Mar 22, 2013
  • First day in Icy Iceland12:03 It's been 2 months since my last holiday, it's about time for another one in any case as the last couple of months haven't been the best. I'm single again, after H broke up with me very shortly after Posted by zoebuck in Eyeing up Iceland | Mar 19, 2013
  • LavalandWe woke and had breakfast at the hotel again. The breakfast buffet is one of the larger buffets at any hotel I've stayed at. They had American breakfast- different kinds of cereal with milk, pancakes, bread with various Posted by spsadventures in Adventures by spsadventures | Nov 12, 2010
  • Reykjavik CityI love IcelandAir. My knees loves the legroom. The pillowcases had a cute bedtime poem on them in English and Icelandic. The seat backs even had cute little facts about Icelandic on them. Just on the Posted by spsadventures in Adventures by spsadventures | Nov 11, 2010
  • Last dayWe decided to sleep a little since we had been out late on the Northern Lights tour. We didn't want to sleep too late though, as we still some stuff to see and do. After the same breakfast Posted by spsadventures in Adventures by spsadventures | Nov 13, 2010
  • Furthest You Can Go We decided it was time for lunch at that point, so we hopped back in the car and went to the next town.We were lucky enough that this town at least had one restaurant to grab a bit to Posted by torirobinson in Baltic & Iceland | Jul 19, 2014
  • Last Day We were able to sleep in a bit at least, but we still had to be up early enough to finish packing, eat bread and jam for breakfast, and get out of our rooms before our checkout time at Posted by torirobinson in Baltic & Iceland | Jul 20, 2014
  • Glacier & Skogafoss The next stop was myrdalsjokull glacier to meet up with the other part of the group we'd dropped off earlier. It was a bit of a hard drive to get in near the glacier. Our bus was obviously built Posted by torirobinson in Baltic & Iceland | Jul 18, 2014
  • More Waterfalls and Back into the City We were supposed to be heading right back into Reykjavik, but our tour guide said we'd be making one more stop at a place not many people go to. We drove back to the first waterfall we'd visited that Posted by torirobinson in Baltic & Iceland | Jul 18, 2014
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